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Jan 22, 2014 15:30 |  #16

I think that if you are looking to push a creative envelope it should be in the photography, not in the post. The fact that you justify this texturing, because Bambi uses it, that kind of turns me off as well and doesn't say much for thinking outside the box. We are in an industry where we try to be different, while mimicking is ok, but somehow make it your own. Both shots I think could have potential, top one if you crop so the bricks on the right are gone and level the image slightly and back off the heavy process I think you'd have a decent shot. The second shot is just a classic pose that should be clean and sharp on the ring. I know that 5-10years down the road the texturing stuff will be out, kind of like sepia and selective color. Deliver an image that in 20-30 years they will still love, without effects.


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Jan 22, 2014 18:43 |  #17

LOVE that first shot - what a beauty!


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Jan 30, 2014 02:39 |  #18

Nice work! I would hold back on the texture a tad!


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Feb 15, 2014 02:13 |  #19

Loved the editing work. Awesome work. Specially the black & white photography


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Sep 07, 2014 22:29 |  #20

In 15 years from now ...

The Daughter : Mama why your wedding pictures are so dirty ?
The Mother : Ask to your father ...
The Daughter : Papa why your wedding pictures are scratched ?
The Father : Ask to your mother ...


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Sep 16, 2014 15:21 |  #21

People always judge, I'm sure he does these type of images all the time, which is why they hired him... If you think traditional is key 20 years from now then take on traditional clients, people who want to be edgy may be upset in 10 years, but thats not the photographers fault. They like his style and they agreed to have him shoot... Whats the deal?

If you don't like the picture say that, but don't tell someone what style they should shoot. Thats stupid.


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Sep 16, 2014 19:05 |  #22

KeenanRIVALS wrote in post #17159053 (external link)
People always judge, I'm sure he does these type of images all the time, which is why they hired him... If you think traditional is key 20 years from now then take on traditional clients, people who want to be edgy may be upset in 10 years, but thats not the photographers fault. They like his style and they agreed to have him shoot... Whats the deal?

If you don't like the picture say that, but don't tell someone what style they should shoot. Thats stupid.

Did you read my joke correctly ? no ... :rolleyes:
Did i include the photographer ? not at all !
I speak only about choices done by customers that they regret years later ...
So cool down please ;)


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Sep 17, 2014 01:15 |  #23

Reservoir Dog wrote in post #17159537 (external link)
Did you read my joke correctly ? no ... :rolleyes:
Did i include the photographer ? not at all !
I speak only about choices done by customers that they regret years later ...
So cool down please ;)

Well stated. Some day the blown out baby diaper yellow images will be out of style. oh and the textured ones two*LOL*


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